"Puigdemont vows to speed up the formation of a new Catalan state the cornerstone of which consists of a Catalan central bank, tax authority, a social security system, and even an embryo military force"
Sarawak in the far East and Catalonia here in the old West have one thing in common: they want independence. Why?
The Central Government of Spain and the government of the autonomous region of Catalonia are locked in battle over the Catalan secessionism
Spain’s Foreign Minister José Manuel García Margallo says there’s “absolute parallelism” between the case of Crimea and Catalonia’s. He could very well be right.
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